5 generations of olfactory heritage
Established in Grasse since 1849, this independent French house boasts a rare and age-old know-how.
It’s State-awarded “Entreprise du patrimoine vivant” (Living heritage company) label salutes the excellence craftsmanship of Molinard alongside only two other houses: Guerlain and Caron. Célia Lerouge-Bénard, fifth generation and the first female director, has been infusing it with her creative audacity and her guidelines since 2010. The family lives and breathes perfume flowers and the love for these small jewels is passed down the generations. From this land of inspiration, several tonnes of flowers are harvested every year for their exceptional olfactory qualities: cabbage roses in May, royal jasmine in August, as well as sweet irises, tuberose, violets and even orange flowers, adding their unique beauty to the Pays de Grasse.